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Observations on the Role of Charge Clusters in Nuclear Cluster Reactions

Ken Shoulders
Steve Shoulders
Year: 1996
Keywords: Charge Clusters, Nuclear Reactions
Experimental evidence in the form of micrographs and X-ray microanalysis is presented suggesting that nuclear charge clusters, (micro sized plasmoids containing 1011 electrons and 106 prontons or deuterons) can accumulate into lattice nuclei with sufficient kinetic energy to overcome the Coulomb barrier and trigger transmutation events. The hypothesis to explain cold fusion is proposed where electrolytic loading of palladium or nickel causes cracking and fractoemission of the charge clusters.